John Updike - Poetry - 2009 - 112 pages
John Updike. FOR MARTHA, ON HER BIRTHDAY, AFTER HER CATARACT
OPERATION i\*Iy blue-eyed beauty, now you see Through plastic sharply,
courtesy Of Dr. Saintly Shingleton And all his green-clad crew, who spun Their
miracle, ten ...
Donald Justice - Poetry - 2009 - 304 pages
This celebratory volume gives us the entire career of Donald Justice between two covers, including a rich handful of poems written since New and Selected Poems was published in 1995.
Chinua Achebe - Poetry - 2009 - 96 pages
A collection of poetry spanning the full range of the African-born author's acclaimed career has been updated to include seven never-before-published works, as well as much of his early poetry that explores such themes as the African ...
Oscar Wilde - Poetry - 2014 - 49 pages
Known for his barbed wit, Oscar Wilde was one of the most successful late-Victorian playwrights and a great celebrity.
Franz Wright - Poetry - 2009 - 272 pages
The haunting collection of poems that gathers the first four books of Pulitzer winner Franz Wright under one cover, where “fans old and new will find a feast amid famine” (Publishers Weekly), and discover how large this poet’s gift ...
George P. Fletcher - Law - 2009 - 272 pages
In this book, one of the country's most important legal thinkers brings much-needed clarity to the still unfolding debates about how to pursue war and justice in the age of terrorism.
John Updike - Fiction - 2010 - 336 pages
Rabbit, Run is the book that established John Updike as one of the major American novelists of his—or any other—generation.
John Updike - Fiction - 2008 - 320 pages
In this wise and wicked satire on the way we make peace with our pasts, John Updike proves himself a wizard on every page.
John Updike - Fiction - 2012 - 320 pages
Colonel EllelloŻ tells his own story—always elegantly, and often in the third person—from an undisclosed location in the South of France. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Charles Bukowski - Poetry - 2009 - 288 pages
There is not a wasted word in Dangling in the Tournefortia, a selection of poems full of wit, struggles, perception, and simplicity. Charles Bukowski writes of women, gambling and booze while his words remain honest and pure.
John Updike - Fiction - 2009 - 576 pages
Her neglected son, Clark, is possessed of a native Christian fervor that brings the story full circle: in the late 1980s he joins a Colorado sect called the Temple, a handful of “God’s elect” hastening the day of reckoning.
Charles Bukowski - Poetry - 2009 - 320 pages
I walked miles through the city and recognized nothing as a giant claw ate at my stomach while the inside of my head felt airy as if I was about to go mad. it’s not so much that nothing means anything but more that it keeps meaning ...
John Updike - Fiction - 2009 - 304 pages
“Drinking a toast to the visible world, his impending disappearance from it be damned.” That’s how John Updike describes one of his elderly protagonists in this, his final collection of short stories.
Leslie Pockell - Poetry - 2008 - 144 pages
Here, in one compact volume, is a greatest hits collection of the 100 bets love poems ever written by 100 of the world's greatest poets.
Charles Bukowski - Poetry - 2009 - 208 pages
The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses is a book of poems written by Charles Bukowski for Jane, his first love. These poems explore a more emotional side to Charles Bukowski.